Jansen has allowed at least one hit in each of his last three appearances. He is 6 of 8 in save chances with a 4.50 ERA, a 1.90 WHIP and 18:5 K:BB ratio over 10 innings pitched.
Haren owns a 2.16 ERA and 1.00 WHIP along with 20:2 K:BB ratio over 25 innings in four starts. He'll make his next start Thursday at home against Philadelphia.
Bolsinger has allowed eight earned runs over his first seven innings pitched through two appearances. He'll make his next start Thursday against the Cubs in Chicago.
Soria owns a 5.14 ERA and 1.00 WHIP with 7:2 K:BB ratio over seven innings pitched.
Lewis owns a 4.22 ERA, a 1.41 WHIP and 8:1 K:BB ratio over 10 2/3 innings. He'll make his third start of the season Friday in Seattle.
Sandoval went 0 for 3 Saturday, dropping his season line to .171/.256/.286 with two home runs and six RBI in 70 at-bats. The Giants have scored one run in each of their last three games, all losses.
Quintana has yielded eight runs over his last three starts (18 innings). He owns a 3.75 ERA and 1.38 WHIP over 24 innings pitched. He'll look to make his next start Thursday in Detroit.
It was the third home run of the season for Morse, who went deep off San Diego starter Eric Stults in the fifth inning. He has hit .302/.373/.547 with 11 RBI in 53 at-bats.
Harrison is working his way back from a back injury and appears to be close to rejoining the big-league club.
Before Saturday's gem, general manager Jon Daniels felt that Harrison needed more time in the minors before his reinstatement. It remains to be seen if his three-hit, eight-inning effort changed Daniels' mind. Harrison believes he's ready to return, per ESPN Dallas.
"My head is in the right place and I know why I was struggling before and I got that straightened out," Harrison said. "It wasn't anything mechanical. My mentality out there tonight, I know I can replicate that. I don't know what their plan is, but I'll find out tomorrow, I think."